Struggling to come up with ideas for your event?

Comedy nights needn’t just be a line up of dudes complaining about their love lives. I can help you curate the ideal entertainment that will keep your audience, colleagues, friends and visitors highly entertained. I do bespoke projects for venues, for example, comedic tours of Dulwich Picture Gallery.  I also put on unique shows for festivals, for example, an entire evening show with various acts talking solely about the History of Medicine for The British Science Festival. Nothing is too obscure or weird but always fun and inevitably funny.

Hosting The Z List Dead List in the BP Lecture Theatre at The British Museum

Hosting The Z List Dead List in the BP Lecture Theatre at The British Museum


Searching for a different face for your project?

From the silly to the serious, there's a story lurking in every subject. With my skills as a writer, interviewer, and comedian, I can help you find it, and engage your audience with the same passion you feel for your project.

I work regularly with Making History on Radio 4, as well as write, host, and co-produce The British Museum Membercast and Z List Dead List Podcasts, which all cover a broad range of unfamiliar topics that have turned listeners into superfans.


Looking for an MC, Host or Comedy Act? 

With over 12 years experience on the live comedy circuit doing shows across Europe including The Gielgud Theatre, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, The British Museum, Mirth Control, Jongleurs, The Stand, Kill for A Seat as well performing warm up sets for Stewart Lee, Sarah Millican, Omid Djalili and Alan Davis; I am a safe pair of hands when it comes to entertaining any audience. 

From hosting events at rugby clubs to debating Barry Cryer at the Oxford Union; performing is a passion and I know I bring a unique voice to every comedy night I perform at. 

 I'm represented by Anita Elizabeth Holmes: anita@anitaelizabethholmes.com.  Do get in touch with her via email or feel free to contact me directly. 

Debating Barry Cryer at The Oxford Union

Debating Barry Cryer at The Oxford Union